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fetor

 [fe´tor]
stench or offensive odor.
hepatic fetor (fetor hepa´ticus) the peculiar odor of the breath characteristic of hepatic disease.
fetor o´ris halitosis.

fe·tor

(fē'tōr),
A very offensive odor.
[L. an offensive smell, fr. feteo, to stink]

fetor

/fe·tor/ (fe´tor) stench, or offensive odor.
fetor hepa´ticus  the peculiar odor of the breath characteristic of hepatic disease.

fe·tor

(fē'tōr)
A very offensive odor.
[L. an offensive smell, fr. feteo, to stink]

fe·tor

(fē'tōr)
A very offensive odor.
[L. an offensive smell, fr. feteo, to stink]

fetor

stench or offensive odor.

fetor oris
halitosis.
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Sometimes Shapiro pushes too hard, as when, discussing the fantasy of Jewish men menstruating, he concludes that it helps to explain the foetor judaicus and provides a biological rationale for their need for Christian blood (37).
The smell that follows Dracula recalls the medieval tradition of the `Jewish odour' (the foetor judaicus).
He focuses above all on individuals rather than on overall narration, and has some very pertinent things to say about coloratura versus 'tief und innig', on the foetor judaicus, on the clubfoot and the description of eyes.
Weiner divides his material into the following topical sections: "Introduction: Wagner and the Body"; chapter 1, "The Eyes of the Volk"; chapter 2, "Voices: Coloratura Versus tief und innig"; chapter 3, "Smells: The Teutonic Duft and the foetor judaicus"; chapter 4, "Feet: Clubfoot, Heroic Foot"; chapter 5, "Icons of Degeneration"; and, "Afterword: Wagner's Embodiment.
It recalls Vergil's poetic word capellae,(7) but refers in the invitation, as already noted, to the foetor alarum of putative umbrae.
I have chronicled elsewhere how throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the Jew was figured by the Judennase, the Jewish nose, and the foetor Judaicus, the Jewish stench (cf.